Danielle DiMartino Booth is a former Dallas Fed staffer and author of the new book ‘Fed Up: An Insider’s Take on Why the Federal Reserve is Bad for America’. She joins Jeff Deist to talk about her years watching Ivy League PhDs make gross and fundamental errors in an almost comically cloistered environment.
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Does liberalism require “open borders”? Is nationalism compatible with individual rights? Is democratic majoritarianism a form of colonialism, with predictably bad outcomes for minority populations? And, can mass immigration be reconciled with self-determination?
Why is the role of the entrepreneur—the individual who risks capital, time, and energy to build a business—almost completely disregarded by most economists? Does the Austrian focus on individual human action explain why business schools are far more willing to embrace Austrian principles? Can real-world entrepreneurs improve their business skills in traditional university settings, or […]
Tom Woods does a Harry Brown reprise and discusses how he found freedom in an unfree world. Source: How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World | Mises Institute
Nomi Prins, author of ‘All the Presidents’ Bankers’, on protecting yourself from the next global crisis. Includes an introduction by Jeff Deist.
Jeff Deist remarks from his talk entitled Libertarian, Heal Thyself : I’m sure many people in this room remember the late Harry Browne, who was an investment advisor and a great libertarian. In fact he was the Libertarian Party’s nominee for president in 1996 and 2000. Harry was a superb public speaker; very tall and […]
Tom Woods and Jeff Deist cover the first few days of the Trump administration and the hysterical left.
Nick and Jeff Deist discuss how huge public companies—think defense giants like Lockheed Martin and Boeing—engage in an obvious form of fiscal cronyism, while Wall Street funds and investment banks engage in what we might call monetary cronyism. And we also discuss how average people reap undue benefits in a million small ways, from selling […]